Survivor Winners at War episode 6 sneak peek: Double time

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Only one tribe will be safe from Tribal Council next week. The Survivor: Winners at War episode 6 sneak peek videos reveal how many are going home.

These Survivor: Winners at War episode 6 sneak peek videos showcase content that will make it to air during next week’s show.

There is a bit of a debate amongst those who saw the “Next Time On Survivor” preview at the end of this week’s episode. Jeff Probst clearly stated that “both of the losing tribes will vote someone out of this game,” but since we’ve seen multiple instances of two tribes coming together to vote out one player between them, some argued it was a joint tribal. Others got the point that two tribes would go to their own, separate Tribal Council and each vote out a player.

The latter has been very much confirmed in the first of the Survivor: Winners at War episode 6 sneak peek videos, with the promo for “Quick on the Draw” (phrasing?) showing Adam Klein alarmedly declaring in a confessional, “That’s a double elimination!” Two players will be sent to the Edge of Extinction, meaning we’re ending next week’s episode with the Final 12. That’s enough to get to a merge, especially if a player returns from the Edge to make it a 13-player merge.

Speaking of that island visible from the Dakal beach, the first extended sneak peek for “Quick on the Draw” shows Tyson bringing back a log with a message, sending players to find something hidden on the island that will help earn them a fire token. The line about being “in the right place at the right time” has sent many to ponder if this hidden item can only be found at a certain time of day, such as low tide. Ethan’s crack about bringing the 20 logs back up the mountain was funny, though!

The second look at the Survivor: Winners at War episode 6 sneak peek videos shows the tribes arriving at the Immunity Challenge, but only to see the reactions of the players when it’s confirmed that Boston Rob was voted out. Jeremy and Michele especially look angry that voting out one of their shields in the game will set off a domino effect that makes it harder for them to win. Unfortunately for them, Ben and Adam voting out a cult leader-like player before the merge works is to their benefit (they think).

Double elimination episodes bring out a lot of tension, and we’re primed for double the heartache and double the amount of stress when it comes to losing legendary players. That’s why Winners at War has a lot of people on the edge of their seat this season; years and decades of waiting has made the losses that much more harsh.